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KEITH WELLER BOOK

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27 minutes ago, urban.spaceman said:

I have some exclusive signed copies if anyone wants to pay extra. x

Don’t want to sound morbid...but signed by who? lol 

 

I also want one by the way!!

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7 minutes ago, notnow john said:

I was reminded of Keith whilst watching Edin Hazard the other night.

 

Me too...there was definately a similarity with the goal Keith scored against Luton.

 

Keith's was better by far!

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4 hours ago, urban.spaceman said:

I have some exclusive signed copies if anyone wants to pay extra. x

haha!!!  the books not even arrived from  the printers yet :P 

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12 hours ago, stevejpos said:

haha!!!  the books not even arrived from  the printers yet :P 

The launch is next week ......would hope there are some copies available already ! 

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From Wiki

"Weller was Chelsea's top scorer in the 1970–71 season and helped them to a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup victory in 1971. Despite this he was sold to Leicester City on for the same £100,000 fee that Chelsea paid".

 

That shows how powerful God (or Karma.... or what ever you believe in) is. He/she/it/they saw into the future and knew we were going to get shafted in the Kante deal in 2016 so he/she/it/they arranged for us to pre-shaft Chelsea in 1972. Brilliant.

 

he/she/it/they works in mysterious ways!!  

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9 hours ago, st albans fox said:

The launch is next week ......would hope there are some copies available already ! 

it is next week...cus I have helped organise it !!!   the books are currently on route from Germany!

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The most creative player to play for Leicester City? Probably.

When Weller received the ball something special usually happened. Scored some great goals & assisted plenty more. Stand out games of the 70's when he donned white tights in the demolition of Norwich in the cup & the hat trick against Liverpool. Unfortunately Weller was at his peak when Revie was mismanaging the England side & won nowhere near the amount of caps he deserved.

Looking forward to this book, hope it's a cracking read.

R.I.P. Keith Weller

 

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My first ever game at Filbert Street was the occasion when he donned the wife's tights. Magical individual goal! I totally blame him for making me support the foxes.

Put me down for a copy - Hope his family get something out of the deal - other than the immense respect he truly deserves.

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On 10/04/2019 at 15:47, notnow john said:

I was reminded of Keith whilst watching Edin Hazard the other night.

 

I was reminded of Keith the last time I was in Spearmint

 

The lady on the pole was wearing white tights and a football shirt 

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1 hour ago, everton carr said:

You are aware of the many allegations against Weller I take it?

Many ?   Not for here buddy ...... no solid evidence provided and we were talking about shilts and frank in a light hearted fashion .....

 

 

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